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Stage door   /steɪdʒ dɔr/   Listen
Stage door

noun
1.
An entrance to the backstage area of theater; used by performers and other theater personnel.






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"Stage door" Quotes from Famous Books



... Miss Luella London to a midnight supper at one of the town's best restaurants. She knew the motive of his taking her, as he had been quite frank in the few minutes' talk near the stage door of the theatre when the engagement was made. As they ate, they talked of the plays at the Chicago theatres, and Sam told her a story of an amateur performance that had once taken place in the hall over Geiger's drug store in Caxton when he was boy. In the performance ...
— Windy McPherson's Son • Sherwood Anderson

... beauty of the city had begun to wane. The years told on her, there were others coming up as young as she had been, and as good to look at, and she soon found that, through her faithfulness to her lover, the automobile of the millionaire, which once waited at the stage door for her, was now there for some one else. Yet she was contented and happy in her day dream, until one day the actor jilted her, and ...
— The Easiest Way - A Story of Metropolitan Life • Eugene Walter and Arthur Hornblow



Words linked to "Stage door" :   entry, entranceway, entrance, entryway, entree



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